January 2010 - Julhès - A Parisian Food Emporium
In this month’s Paris Insights, we explore Julhès, a food emporium located on rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis in Paris’ 10th arrondissement. A family-run affair, it was founded in 1996 with 200 square meters of floor space, and has subsequently grown to four boutiques occupying 2000 square meters. We had the occasion to interview proprietor Nicolas Julhès, who spoke enthusiastically about his dedication to supplying quality foods to his multiethnic clientele.
For Le Bon Goût, we dined at Agapes in the 5th arrondissement, and then returned to interview the chef and owner Frédéric Naulleau. Read our review of the delicious meal we had there.
Just down the street from Julhès stands a triumphal arch, built by King Louis IV. We give details in Paris, Past and Present.
Paris Panorama Newsletters for 2010
- December 2010 - Marrons Glacés – A Sweet Confection for the Holiday Season
- November 2010 - Nadar: From High School Dropout to Iconic Photographer
- October 2010 - A Masterpiece of Modern Architecture
- September 2010 - Another Jewish Paris
- August 2010 - An Interview with Dante James
- July 2010 - A Visit to an Herb Shop
- June 2010 - Le Lapin Agile: A Cabaret for Traditional French Songs
- May 2010 - American Students “Ain't Misbehavin'” in Seine-Saint-Denis
- April 2010 - Spoken Word in Paris
- March 2010 - Clocks and Clock Faces - Paris-style
- February 2010 - A Taste for Truffles
- January 2010 - Julhès - A Parisian Food Emporium